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What's the difference of these two precision manufacturing techniques? This article will review on Cost Efficiency, Lead Time, Design Complexity, and Quality/Accuracy.
KOPR spol. s.r.o. developed a solution for advanced laser cutting of heavy hot-formed parts and their subsequent quality check. The solution deploys 3D vision and Bin Picking Studio from Photoneo and an ABB robot.
With the addition of computers, laser cutters have rapidly become a relatively simple and powerful tool, with software controlling shiny machinery that can chop metals, woods, papers, and plastics.
Martin Nisser, a PhD student at MIT CSAIL, creates machines that make machines. He works at the intersection of robotics, fabrication, and human-computer interaction.
Laser cutting is the process of using a laser beam to vaporize, melt, or otherwise gradually remove material. Computer Numerical Control (CNC) laser cutting commonly uses optics, an assist gas, and a guidance system to direct and focus the laser beam into the workpiece.